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American English: //
British English: /pɔː/

Translation of paw in Spanish:


  • 2 (hand) [colloquial] [derogatory]
    manaza (feminine) [colloquial] [derogatory]
    zarpa (feminine) [colloquial] [derogatory]
    Example sentences
    • Get your filthy little paws on CD-ROMs featuring these sirens of British media culture.
    • The filthy maggot has his paws all over her prized weapon!
    • 'Get your filthy paws off her,' I think as anger sweeps through my body but it is shortly replaced with a desire.

transitive verb

  • 1
    tocar con la pata
    to paw the ground (horse)
    Example sentences
    • Jonah saw several of the creatures pawing at the air and shaking their heads.
    • The glorious creature pawed the ground with it's silver hooves and snorted deep of the cold air.
    • Juno looked around and saw that Riddle was right, for the two horses were pawing at the ground in agitation.
  • 2 [derogatory] (person)
    manosear [derogatory]
    toquetear [derogatory]
    Example sentences
    • I wander round looking like a lost child pawing things for a while, and then panic and pick up something which neither fits nor suits me.
    • I wasn't about to let people go around pawing a holy artifact like it was just any old piece of junk.
    • Kassa sat on the sofa nervously twiddling her thumbs; Vlad sat beside her lazily pawing her hair.
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